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The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

Its possible to quit smoking/vaping

It’s possible to quit smoking/vaping

By Hannah Sevier, General Staff December 12, 2023

According to drugabusestatistics.org,“2.08 million (8.33%) of 12-17 year olds nationwide have reported using drugs in the last month. Among those 2.08 million teens, 83.88% are using marijuana. 591,000...

Health clinic comes to Terrace

Health clinic comes to Terrace

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager December 12, 2023

As late as Feb. 2024 and possibly sooner in Jan., Terrace students will have access to dental, medical, and mental health professionals within the building through a School-based Health Center (SBHC)....

By Charli Gilchrist

What a country without Roe v. Wade means for the Future

By Lucas Barquin, Hawkeye Staff March 5, 2023

Living in a post Roe v. Wade world, many people – particularly minorities – are scared for what the future may hold.  On Friday, June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, getting rid...

Practical tips and DIY remedies for acne

Practical tips and DIY remedies for acne

By Olivia Driscoll October 23, 2013

Let's face it, acne affects us all. PRACTICAL TIPS Let’s admit it, we all struggle with acne at times. Everyone deals with breakouts differently, but to treat them correctly and effectively, it’s...

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New trend: Intermittent fasting

By Luke Luttrell March 13, 2013

The concept of fasting was developed centuries ago in order to comply with religious demands. Some religions, such as Buddhism and Catholicism, fast in out of respect during certain religious observations. While...

Removal of vending machines could affect student health and ASB funds

By Brie Benvenuti March 11, 2013

Students depend on the school for many things. With the upperclassmen busy with Advanced Placement exams and time consuming classes, and the underclassmen focused on getting the last 10 minutes of sleep...

Stem Cells: The building blocks of life

By Nazia Khan January 19, 2011

Stem cells are the cells in the body that can change into another type of cell if there is a low count or a need of it. According to stemcells.nih.gov, stem cells are used to repair damage caused to the...

Fact or Fiction: Do Shape Ups really work?

By Vince DeMiero January 19, 2011

Most people have probably heard of the Sketchers or Reebok Shape Ups shoes. The promise and advertisement for the shoes is to help a person lose weight. People can’t help but think, “Do these...

A dangerous bite to your energy drink: popular, inexpensive drink infamous for the dangerous consequences

By Hawkeye Staff November 30, 2010

Energy drinks are something many people are familiar with, especially among teenagers and adults. Not only do they come in different flavors, but they’re supposed to provide the drinker with a boost...

Body Language: Unspoken Communication

By Hawkeye Staff March 4, 2010

There are about 6,912 languages around the world being taught, read, spoken and written. With so many languages circling around the globe it is inevitable that there would be miscommunication. However,...

The low down on the raw diet

By admin September 10, 2009

As the food radar continues to expand, people have broken away from the typical diet and created new ones. From the simple healthier diet to one that would help people lose weight. Among these are the...

Fact or Fiction: Do we only use 10 percent of our brain?

By Suzanne Cho September 10, 2009

Most students at MTHS have heard that human beings do not use the full potential of their brains, but this is in fact a myth. The brain is one of the most important organs in the human body. It controls...

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